Hemp For Pain

The Hemp Farming Act of 2018, the farm bill descheduled some cannabis products from the Controlled Substances Act for the first time.[9][11][12][13] One estimate put the U.S. CBD market at $2.3 billion to $23 billion by the 2020s,[14][15] enabled by the 2018 farm bill. U.S. Senator Mitch McConnell was such a proponent of the hemp provision that American Military News reported that McConnell coined the hashtag #HempFarmBill[16]

The 2018 Farm Bill establishes a new federal hemp regulatory system under the US Department of Agriculture which aims to facilitate the commercial cultivation, processing, and marketing of hemp. [17] The 2018 Farm Bill removes hemp and hemp seeds from the statutory definition of marijuana and the DEA schedule of Controlled Substances. It even makes hemp an eligible crop under the federal crop insurance program. The 2018 Farm Bill also allows the transfer of hemp and hemp-derived products across state lines provided the hemp was lawfully produced under a State or Indian Tribal plan or under a license issued under the USDA plan. [18]

Additional revenue to farmers and processors is expected from textiles and other hemp products.[14] The Dog and Cat Meat Trade Prohibition Act of 2018 was passed as part of the bill.[19]

 

As cannabis has become more accepted across the U.S. and the rest of the world, we have seen an influx of new and innovative products, allowing for alternative ways to medicate with the plant. One such method is CBD creams, otherwise known as topicals, which can be applied directly to the “problem area” for fast-acting and direct pain relief.

If you are one of the 350 million Americans suffering from Arthritis or one of the even higher numbers of those struggling with joint pain, stick around to find out our top five recommended CBD creams that will help relieve your symptoms with ease!

What is CBD, and How Can it Help with Arthritis and Joint Pain?

Cannabidiol, more commonly known as CBD, is the non-psychoactive compound found within the hemp plant and is responsible for a host of the medicinal benefits that the plant has to offer. CBD binds to cannabinoid receptors located throughout the body to aid in the relief of a multitude of symptoms from anti-inflammatory properties to offering potent pain relief.

There has been a multitude of studies which have revealed the true anti-inflammatory potential of CBD, which has led to topical products raising in popularity as a non-psychoactive way to treat muscle soreness, inflammation and arthritic pain fast.

Applying Hemp-derived CBD in topical form to problem areas can improve joint dexterity in athletes & ease pain and swelling in people living with arthritis.

With that being said, the market is indeed saturated in CBD topical products all boasting to offer amazing effects, so for those who are new to the industry, it can be particularly overwhelming.

CBD is a popular topic but not everyone gets the right information. Take a look at these ten things you should know about CBD:

  1. Cannabidiol or CBD is the non-intoxicating component of the Cannabis Sativa plant found in
    agricultural hemp.
  2. CBD is just one of about 115 different biologically active cannabinoids identified in these
    plants.
  3. Scientifically, industrial Hemp is a plant, with genus and species
    name of Cannabis Sativa.
  4. Industrial hemp is always a strain of Cannabis Sativa, while marijuana can be Cannabis
    Sativa, Cannabis Indica, or Cannabis Ruderalis.
  5. Agricultural hemp is rich in CBD, whereas marijuana is rich in THC.
  6. Hemp-derived CBD provides broad-spectrum nutrition with over 500 distinct compounds
    including phytocannabinoids, fatty acids, terpenes, plant sterols, chlorophyll, and Vitamin E.
  7. CBD has the potential for a wide range of conditions including arthritis, anxiety, chronic pain,
    PTSD, depression, neurological disorders, alcoholism, MS and antibiotic resistance to name
    a few. It is recognized for its strong anti-inflammatory benefits.
  8. CBD has a remarkable safety profile.
  9. Industrial hemp is renewable and fast-growing; nearly every part of the plant is useable for
    food, fiber, building materials, and fuel, with an estimated 25,000 uses.
  10. Hemp sequesters CO2 and does not need herbicides to thrive. It also leaves the soil in
    better condition than before it was planted.

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